Butterfinger Pudding Pops

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I am super excited for this weekend. My brother and his girlfriend are coming into town.  It’s been a few months since I saw him, and even more since I saw his girlfriend, who I absolutely adore. I am looking forward  to getting out of the kitchen and hanging out. It’s only been a few weeks since my vacation but I am already ready for another. You can never have too much vacation right?

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Let’s talk about these Butterfinger Pudding Pops. I have come to really like Butterfingers. They are one of the most unique candy bars and it’s hard to find anything like it. All of the sudden this summer, I started buying them and using them in various recipes.

Butterfinger Pudding Pops | beyondfrosting.com

I made these popsicles a couple times until I was satisfied with the recipe. Too much pudding mix will cause these popsicles not too freeze all the way, but I am not sure why. They are super easy to throw together. It’s just a jar of Sweetened Condensed Milk, Cool Whip and some Butterfinger candy bars mixed with a little but of Instant Butterscotch pudding.

Butterfinger Pudding Pops | beyondfrosting.com

You do not need to mix the pudding with any milk, you just add the dry mix to the ice cream batter. It’s just amps but the butterscotch flavor in these popsicles. I made these popsicles using paper cups as the molds because that is what I had handy. I like the paper cups because when you are ready to eat them, you just peel it off the popsicles. If you love Butterfingers, these popsicles are for you!

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Butterfinger Pudding Pops

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 7 hours

Butterfinger Pudding Pops

An ice cream popsicle full of Butterfinger flavor.

Ingredients

12 Butterfinger (fun size)
1 Jar Sweetened condensed milk
2 tbsp Instant butterscotch pudding (dry)
1 Container Cool Whip (8oz)

Instructions

  1. Use a food processor to grind up the Butterfingers into crumbs.
  2. Combine sweetened condensed milk with butterscotch pudding and Butterfinger crumbs. Reserve 3 tbsp of Butterfinger crumbs to sprinkle on top of the popsicles. Beat until smooth.
  3. Add Cool Whip and beat until well combined.
  4. Divide batter between popsicles molds. Sprinkle remaining Butterfinger crumbs on top of the popsicles.
  5. Put a popsicle stick or straw in the middle of the popsicles and freeze for 6-8 hours.

Notes

Total time including freezing the popsicles.

http://beyondfrosting.com/2014/07/14/butterfinger-pudding-pops/

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Comments

  1. says

    You can DEFS not have too many vacations! Sounds like you’ve got a fun weekend.
    And you know what else is SUPA fun? These pops! Pudding is a big deal in our house, and adding Butterfinger does not hurt! LOVE. Pinned!

  2. says

    It’s a good thing you like your bro’s girlfriend! I’m sure she loves having you feed her, too!
    Love Butterfingers, and these pops are fantastic, with the varying textures of the candy bar and smoother base!

  3. D Dell says

    You had me at Butterfingers…..then to see butterscotch pudding in the recipe ~ Well, I almost fell off my chair.

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